I never did like rooibus, but Tea Witty’s Honeybush tea reminds me of it a bit but isn’t so sweet. Honeybush tastes slightly smoky, which I usually hate but in this case makes the tea even more delicious.
I craved for something lighter to read and found Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl waiting for me on the shelf. Everyone has been raving about this book so I proceeded with care (I read Eleanor & Park a few years ago and did not enjoy it) for a couple of pages. Then the book sucked me in and 12 hours and 460 pages later I’m craving to get Carry On in my hands. As a fic writer and someone who’s had issues with anxiety, the main character is extremely easy to identify with. I loved the fix carrying through the story.
Ok, this turned into a book review. Excuse me.
A mug of Tea Witty’s Matcha hit the spot this afternoon as I was dozing off. It’s been a really gloomy day and I wish it had rained but it didn’t.
I occasionally forget how well matcha makes me feel.
I was very much settling for a day in front of Tumblr with maybe Netflix film later when I received a text from the library that a book I’d requested, Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly, waited for me there. Naturally I popped down to a grocery to get some gingerbread as well. Since Twitter was down for most of the evening, it all worked out very well.
Drinking Tea Witty’s Cleanse tea. Or that’s what it says on the package. It’s actually the most delicious night time tea with lavender, peppermint and chamomile. The notebook I got specifically for this year’s NaNoWriMo. I’m mayusteapot on the NaNoWriMo site as well, if you want to check out my story idea for this year.